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Q: How do I use the power door locks?

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How do I use the power door locks?

A: Both front doors have a Power Door Lock swi...

Both front doors have a Power Door Lock switch. Press the lock icon on either of these switches to lock all of the vehicle’s doors, including the trunk. Press the unlock icon on either of these switches to unlock all of the doors, including the trunk.

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